Added Jul 7, 2012
Raleigh, North C...
I made a vintage style romper (although it is not a vintage pattern). I did use vintage fabric – it’s a cherry print seersucker. The romper was easy to sew and I didn’t have to make many fit adjustments. I opted for the wider straps and I also lined the entire thing instead of only the bodice. I highly recommend this pattern if you are into the romper style. My sister is definitely not and she said this was disgusting, but I think it’s fun.
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